German II | Jan 10 – March 16


Sign up now, there are seats remaining

German II

German II continues the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. It is designed for students who have taken at least two months of German previously. The course focuses on the usage of kennen and wissen, the accusative case and prepositions governed by the accusative, modal verbs, verbs with separable prefixes, forming plurals, the formal and informal imperative, and prepositions. By the end of the course, you should be able to discuss feel comfortable speaking about travel plans, hobbies, family and past experiences. This is an engaging and interactive course!

This course is also the second course in a series of three that offer college credit through Central Oregon Community College (COCC). It is the equivalent of German 102. Successful completion of this sequence will prepare students for second-year level German at other universities. To register for college credit, please select the option to do so when registering for this course online and provide your COCC ID number in the notes section. Students not previously enrolled at COCC will need to complete an admission application, and we can help you through this process. An additional fee of $60 is required for students seeking college credit.

Sessions – Winter 2022

German II will meet on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30pm from January 10 – March 16. This course is designed as a hybrid course where some learning components will also take place on Canvas. We are also offering in-person and remote learning opportunities for this class. German III will continue at the same times in spring term. Scroll below to sign up.

Send us an email at or call us at 541-728-3022 if you would like more details or have any questions. We would be happy to help you find the language class that best fits your needs!

Add this class to your calendar

SKU: N/A Categories: ,


Meet your Instructor

Janet Gesme
Janet GesmeInstructor —Spanish, German and Russian

I was born in Springfield, Missouri and started life as a professional violist, but the allure of languages has pulled me into learning German, Russian, Spanish, French, and a little Hungarian and Korean. I have a master’s degree in German from Portland State University and have translated the German best sellers “Around the World on 50 Bucks” and “The Sound of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty.” I have also worked as a Spanish translator for Head Start, and as a tri-lingual screener for Volunteers in Medicine (English, Spanish and Russian). I am completely addicted to learning languages and can’t wait to share this joy with you!



There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “German II | Jan 10 – March 16”

Go to Top